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campaign. >>> miss jackson is mrs. jackson a rep for janet jackson confirms she married a billionaire businessman. entertainment weekly said they exchanged vows last year in a quiet private ceremony. the statement was in response to rumors that they were planning an extravagant wedding and they said the wedding gifts were donation to favorite charities. mrs. jackson's third marriage so she's been married for more than a year. >>> so many gifts why sent to newtown they asked you to stop. >> but that generosity didn't go unappreciateed. you might wonder what happened to the stuff. it was distribe and we will tell you what's being done with the toys not handed out to the community. >> also schools need an upgrade and people turned out to have their voices heard about what should be done with the buildings details when good morning maryland continues. >> reporter: topping america's money fresh fierce for the market with no -- fears for the market with no clear winner for italy. dow lost 216 and the most in more than three months. more americans fell behind on their auto payments late last
for both mr. and mrs. jackson tomorrow they're expected to be in court at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow morning chicago time. the $750,000 they say he pulled from his campaign account and used for personal expenses spending lavishly on himself as well as personal family members his wife is expected to appear before a judge later. december 12, 1995 it political star was born 18 years later jesse jackson jr. is rising star has fallen it casts shadows on the life of his wife of more than 20 years, cindy jackson. they could send either one of them or both of them to prison. jesse jackson jr. has not been seen publicly for months setting mental illness this roll-callrobotic call was apparently enough for constituents... it appears we are having technical difficulty back at the station the couple is again expected in court tomorrow mr. jackson in the morning the and sandy jackson in the afternoon both of them are expected to plead guilty we talked about that for several days it could be a matter of weeks may be months or more mr. jackson will likely be facing something like five years in prison that
with chris jackson that we still have an outstanding balance that mr. jackson owes the city. i continue to believe that we should publish a list of all the bad actors that have outstanding fees, fines, forms out. and i wanted to note on page 4 the technology upgrades. i would like to thank steven massey, it director, as much as possible, because he is one of the unheralded staff members who really does a lot in terms of servers and technology and the whole dashboard program. the updates to the electronic filing program really have been helpful, as i understand. and kudos to steven for that work. thank you. >> thank you. and i certainly echo the great work that mr. massey and the staff have done on our electronic filing. i do think it has added a lot of value, and i know the regulated community and the public i have heard have appreciated those efforts as well. anything else relating to the executive director's report from the commissionersin the next item on the agenda is items for future meetings. anybody would like to add anything? >> i just wanted to express appreciation for the in
basketball , mr. jackson, pregame inspiration came easily. >> it's our last game here. for 61 years, the basketball program has played in this gym side. northeast but the school's closing at end due to a drop in enrollment. this is their final home game. on hardwood once roamed by legends. >> there's a profound sense of history here. to be a part of such a rich legacy it. i am amazed and how fast these guys go up and down. . look at h suited up in the late 1950's. >> it is sad to know there are never getds that will an opportunity to experience this. >> the players were inspired by night.storic an emotional ending to a legacy excellence. it may not be closing its doors forever. about thelk in ability of reopening couple years as a vocational school. this hour, a final decision made.t been in northeast washington, jay korff, abc 7 news. >> the end of an era. 4:51 right now. get a look at our forecast. >> what do you have in store? >> the good news is we have sunshine to start the day. the good news is we are not a problem have a major either. it's a point to be a cold weekend and blu
." lawyers for mrs. jackson say shehe has signed a plea agreement and sources tell cbs mr. jackson has, too. that means he likely won't face the maximum penalty, though he could still be looking at a couple years of jail time and a l very large fine, anthony. >> mason: nancy cordes. thank you, nancy. there are still questionsil tonight about the fire at thegh california cabin where police cornered an ex-cop bent onbent on revenge. was that blaze an accident orcident o did law enforcement set it on purpose? carter evans has the latest ont on the investigation. >> reporter: we're getting a first look at the charred remains of the cabin where alleged cop killer christopher dorner made tand on tuesday. we were there caught in the cross fire. ( gunfire ) the gun battle was so intense we were forced to take cover, but we left our cell phone on. at the very beginning of the shootout, you can hear authorities near the phone talking about burning dorner out of the cabin he was holed up in. >> reporter: over the next three hours, authorities brought in reinforcements. armored vehicles, more swat tea
, is said to sentence him. "for years i lived off my campaign," mr. jackson, 47, said in response to questions from the judge about the play. at one point he was crying and proceedings were stop so he could be given a tissue. "guilty, your honor -- i misled the american people," mr. jackson said when asked what he would come -- except the plea deal. his wife, sandy, also accompanied him, and later in the day she pleaded guilty to a charge that she filed false income tax statements during the time that mr. jackson was dipping into his campaign treasury. prosecutors said they would seek to have her sentenced to 18 to 24 months. on at least two instances, mr. jackson and his wife used campaign money and build a bear workshop, a store where patrons can create stuffed animals. from december 2007 through december 2008 a spent $313 $.89 -- $313.89. one of the more exotic items they bought was an elk head from a taxidermist in montana. according to the documents, mr. jackson arranged in march 2011 taft $7,000 paid to the taxidermist with much of the money coming from a campaign account, a
past the instant issue with chris jackson that we still have an outstanding balance that mr. jackson owes the city. i continue to believe that we should publish a list of all the bad actors that have outstanding fees, fines, forms out. and i wanted to note on page 4 the technology upgrades. i would like to thank steven massey, it director, as much as possible, because he is
with prosecutors as well. mr. jackson has released a statement that says he offers no excuses for his conduct and he accepts responsibility for the mistakes he's made. >>> we could see some snow tonight and i'm here in the weather center with topper shutt. i understand you're breaking out the flake-o-meter. is that where we are now? it comes to this. >> i like that. right now we have rain showers, start with temps, very warm today. some spots hit 60 degrees. now temps are starting to tumble a bit. look back north and west, 28 in oakland, 37 in winchester, 50 downtown and now mid-50s pushed off to east across i-95 and into parts of anne arundel county and prince george's county. here's a look at the big view. this is all rain pushing through parts of the metro area just in time for the evening commute. that will slow things down a bit. occasionally we'll see yellow and oranges. this is the first area of showers that will roll through. we have another batch behind that. we're not done when we get the first batch through. breezy, cold tonight, showers changing to snow showers but not till late a
could be used to satisfy and personal whim he had. >> reporter: besides mr. jackson facing up to five years in prison, his wife is facing up to three years and they will have to forfeit all of this stuff that they bought fraudulently. the u.s. marshal service will start auctioning this stuff off soon. >> and bob barnard tonight. >>> a news alert where five men are facing charges of first- degree murder in the death of a 15-year-old suitland high school student. charles walker jr. gunned down monday night. the five men confessed to taking part in the crime. paul wagner is live at police headquarters with the story. paul? >> reporter: brian, last night on the broadcast, we reported that prince georges county police said they were going to make arrests within hours, and they did do that. arresting the five men, the last of which was taken into custody in the district awhile ago. we want to show you the pictures of the five men. they range in age from 23 to 18 years old and have been identified as glen leach of southeast d.c., derek green of alexandrea, and williams of and two of the five
if they recognize mr. jackson. we release a photograph of mr. jackson today along with the various names that someone will come forward with additional information on his activities, and whereabouts. coming up new tonight at 8:00 kron4 has an interview with santa francisco police chief's kron4 has a one on one with plus marc klaas will in be in the studio to give us his are handling the case. kron4 will continue to bring you the very latest in the kevin collins case. updates are also available on the web, as well as our facebook and twitter pages. new developments tonight surrounding a triple murder in sonoma county. this is helicopter video from our partnership with abc 7. three men were inside *this home in sebastapol. investigators now say it was a drug deal gone bad. kron 4's dan kerman is live at sheriff's headquarters in santa rosa with more. new at six-- investigators say that three men or waiting in that home to buy a large quantity of marijuana. who ever rolled up some in the pot instead shot all three to death. this was a marijuana drug deal with travolta in three deaths. they
there. >> carry, the idea that we're talking about both mr. and mrs. jackson who will be sentenced for something today, will a judge consider that, those kids? >> i think so. i think the judge is going to consider the kids. i think it's also important to look at, as darren discussed, the duration of the mental illness. because mr. jackson has had mental illness for some period of time and this has been an on going thing for him, during the entire duration of these actions of taking these campaign contributions and miss appropriating them. >> stay with us right now. welcome back and talk about more issues coming up. olympian oscar pistorius remains in a south african jail this morning. his bail is extended for one more day. we'll examine it, coming up next. lident kills 99.99% of odor causing bacteria and helps dissolve stains. that's why i recommend polident. [ male announcer ] cleaner, fresher, brighter every day. [ male announcer ] when we built the cadillac ats from the ground up to be the world's best sport sedan... ♪ ...people noticed. ♪ the all-new cadillac ats -- 2013 no
the full extent of his criminal past. police are asking if anyone knew mr. jackson to come forward and talk to investigators, and also i should mention, i spoke with kevin's sister briefly on the phone tonight. she says the entire family is overwhelmed with the news that police could have had their man all those years ago. reporting live, joe vazquez, kpix 5. >>> we're about to see something we haven't had in more than a week. kpix 5 meteorologist paul deanno is in the weather center. paul? >> high-def doppler radar, we are looking at rain moving in. we look up to the north and see the leading edges of rainfall several hours away, but it is on its way to the bay area. but it's not going to bring us widespread soaking rainfall. we're just talking scattered showers because most of the moisture will stay north. we will see some showers. we'll talk about how much rain is coming to the bay area, coming up in a few minutes. >>> the fbi is now involved in the murder investigation of that teenage girl in fairfield. the body of 13-year-old jen was fo
jackson junior. mrs. jackson won't comment to the paper. but she told wgn, she has hired former u.s. attorney dan webb to represent her. president obama has signed-off on legislation to avoid a default on federal loans. the measure extends the federal government's ability to borrow new money through mid-may. it effectively suspends the 16- point-four trillion dollar debt ceiling in the meantime. in exchange. the bill requires congress to pass a budget by mid-april or have lawmakers' pay withheld. the budget for 2014 was supposed to be delivered by the president to congress yesterday but insiders say it'll probably be delayed until sometime in march. the u-s justice deparment has filed a civil lawsuit against the "standard and poor's" credit rating agency. the lawsuit accuses s-and-p of ingoring credit risks in order to favor the interests of large investment banks and others. s-and-p and other credit rating agencies have been criticized for giving high ratings to subprime and other mortgage securities. which lost value and contributed to the financial crisis. s-and-p officials den
mrs. jackson declined to comment he did tell wgn that she already retained chicago attorney dan webb for herself. his captor dead 65 year-old to billy lee shot and killed a school bus driver tuesday before taking him to a nearby underground bunker. he has been brought out safely. he is with his mother we are just very blessed that they are not united. still not clear why he took them hostage. the credit- card company gave him a heads up all is apparently well found not guilty by reason of insanity the attorney said she was legally insane at the time treated for mental disorders going back to 1994 even when she was on the bench she said she was offered medication at the time of the incident shows retained last november by voters. chicago public schools plan to downsize it is a plan that has a lot of parents fired up tonight some of them have their chance to sound off crystal gutierrez joins us live. there are hundreds of parents, teachers and even students still inside here at st. angeles church meeting with chicago public school representatives telling them why their neighborhood sc
. of illinois. mr. jackson, like mr. kerry, was not around to see the unveiling of the rosa parks statue, and that's because jesse jackson jr. resign his seat in congress amid first health worries and financial worries and ultimately last week plead guilty to misappropriating campaign funds for personal use. because jesse jackson resigned his seat, in a matter of weeks somebody new is going to be there to replace him. late last night we found out who that person is likely to be. last night democrats in the second congressional district in illinois nominated robin kelly as their candidate for that seattle. they picked her by a big margin, too. she got 52% of the vote compared with 24% for her nearest challenger, former congresswoman debbie halvorson. again, because the second district is such a deep, deep blue district, whoever wins the democratic primary is pretty much expected to win the general in a couple of weeks and to become the nation's newest member of congress. former congresswoman debbie halvorson started the race as the odds on favorite, but this was the first federal election
seen in 1984. >> we are releasing a photograph of mr. jackson today along with various names he used throughout his lifetime with the hopes someone will come forward and provide us with additional information on his activities and whereabouts when kevin disappeared. >> reporter: during the 1984 interview with jackson, police already knew he had serve d tim for kidnapping and lewd acts on a 7-year-old boy in san francisco in 1982. they also say he had a black dog which is significant because when collins was last seen witnesses say he was with a white man with a large black dog. >> based on jackson's description, his residence on sonic avenue, his ownership of a large black dog, and his criminal history, a person of interest in this case. >> reporter: now the chief was asked why spend so much time and resources investigating a man who is dead, wayne jackson? the chief said their main goal is to find out exactly what happened to kevin collins. live in san francisco, i'm arturo santiago, nbc bay area news. >> as arturo noted, this person of interest went by many names. today you heard t
planning for a long time. >> planning for a long time. if you read the manifesto, mr. jackson, there is also preparation for what he wrote in there and what many said, this is a guy who wants to go down in a blaze of glory. is there preparation saying in two or three hours you will have a man to step out of the cabin with guns blazing. thoughts? >> trace, if dorner initiate an assault they will be ready for him. but i'm saying besides police being ready for any action that dorner takes, if he charges at them they will be ready. if dorner wants to hunker down for a siege himself they have to plan for that, too. >> bob jackus, a former swat team member with the los angeles police department. thank you very much. appreciate your time. again, this is a live look from the fox affiliate kttv in the upper left-hand part of your screen. they are simply checking every vehicle that comes in and out of the big bear area. we mentioned before there are two primary roads. there is highway 18 and highway 38. every car is suspiciously waved by or at least checked, because nobody is getting ou
whether there's a real public health benefit but i think he makes a good point. >> mr. stuart jackson. >> it has been to since the landmark medical research council report made a direct link between the prevention of nerve defects in childbearing women. such a spina bifida. this policy is mired and democracy between the food standards agency, the apartment of health and others. will the prime minister do everything he can give his reassurance to the house that he will unblock this log jam to prevent the entirely preventable conditions of hydrocephalus and spina bifida? >> i will look very carefully what my boyfriend has said. it is really true conditions like spina bifida have come down and it's certainly true that it has an important role to play it. in terms of the specific points he makes and the bureaucratic problems identified, i will look at that nebraska the department of health to write you about it. >> mr. speaker, with reece petty, among make my apology, a letter from my constituents of the disabled, we will -- [inaudible] therefore i need a spare room on those alone. i feel
in a bottle! now in your store. new vidal sassoon pro series. salon genius. brilliantly priced. >>> now, mrs. jesse jackson junior has been charged with spending $750,000 of campaign funds. the both of them now charged essentially with the kind of stuff that could land both in a lot of hot water and potentially jail if found guilty. >>> the in meantime, don't sneeze at this freeze. the house of representatives voting to extend a pay freeze to all federal employees despite the president's wishes and despite nancy. >> i don't think we should do it. i think we could respect the work we do. i think it's necessary for us to have the dignity of the job that we have awarded. >> the republican congressman who said there's nothing about dignity in what they've yielded. congressman, good to have you. >> hey, neil. >> what now? where does this go? >> it goes to the u.s. senate and i think that harry reid should take it up. most voters do not believe that members of congress, the executive branch officials or the vice president deserve to have any pay increases this year. so it's a common sense measure
of the pollty -- prior to her tenure, mr. dr. jackson served as the chair. she also is had a career working in several physics laboratories and researching sub anatomic particles. she earned her ph.d. in elementary particle physics from m.i.t. our final witness is dr. charles vest president of the national academy of engineering. he was elected to the position in 2007 and serving a six-year term. dr. vest also is the president of the montana institute of technology and earned the ph.d. in mechanical engineering from the university of michigan. prior to his time in the academic world, the doctor was vice chair of the u.s. counsel of competitiveness for eight years and a member of the president's committee of advisers on science and technology during the bush and clinton administrations. both dr. vest and dr. jackson were also distinguished members of the panel that -- the 2005 national academy study rising above the gathering storm. it recommended ways to keep america economic economically prosperous. before i recognize mr. temple ton. i want to call attention to members on the desk they sho
anne jackson and mr. templeton, we'll begin with you. >> i want to thank chairman smith, ranking member johnson, and of course all the members of the committee for convening this hearing so early in the new congress, on such an important topic. i really am honored to be here today with dr. jackson and dr. vest, really well-known innovators and great keen insight into policy. over the last 50 years scientific and technologicalal innovation has been responsible for as much as half of the economic growth. the united states has been a clear net global winner during this time. and while there are a number of factors that can explain that, i actually believe the investments by the federal government and basic research at our universities and at our federal labs were a critical factor in determining our success. i would point out, as we think about this topic, this phrase of research and development or r&d is used inseparabley many times and i think it's important to point out that inside of research and development there's something called basic research and to get a sense of that, it's reall
schools here. it was very controversial in chicago, craig, because mrs. jackson was just an honorman in the seventh ward in chicago. the couple built up a political operation, a little jackson machine there. and in a sense, they left themselves open and rvulnerable in so many ways and they were brought down by their own spending habits. >> there are reports that new york mayor michael bloomberg's super pac is putting $2 million in the race for jackson. running ads in support of the candidate. why focus, why focus on this particular seat so heavily? >> well, i think if mayor bloomberg has shown us anything over the past couple of months is that he is a very is savy political operator. he has talented and smart minds helping him to run the super pac. they spent $10 million during the past cycle targeting candidates on the left and right that they felt did not live up to their view of how a candidate should fall on the gun control issue. now you are seeing in the race, it's a very good political opportunity for them, it is, as you mentioned, a crowded democratic field. you have 17 candi
that mr. jackson received a 46 month to 47 month prison sentence. the hearing takes place in june 28. earlier today defense department officials prefer reporters on preparations they're making for the automatic defense cuts their scheduling to make next week'. this is 45 minutes. >> good afternoon. thank you for error interest in this topic today. -- thank you for coming. thank you for your interest in this topic today. with us today we have our undersecretary, bob hale, and i -- acting undersecretary, just and right. they do have some comments that they would like to start with, [inaudible] furloughs. then they will be available to take your questions. >> ok, good afternoon. today the department of defense faces some enormous budgetary uncertainty unparalleled in my experience. the possibility for sequestration on march 1. it could mean 9% across all accounts except military personnel, including wartime accounts. we will protect those accounts, but that means larger cuts to the base budget. the continuing resolution, if it stays in effect, has the money in the wrong places, too many
. really appreciated the article in "politico," mr. templeton and dr. jackson. the testimony contains many common elements indeed their topics frequently discussed in this room, especially importance of promoting s.t.e.m. education in maine gaming americas leadership position in the global economy. what i'm talking with constituents and industry leaders about the topic in my district in oregon, especially the role creativity and integration play in driving our economy forward. many express the education integrating arts and design in stem fields, innovative companies across my district across companies like nike and tech giants like intel rely on employees at the mine for science and eye for design. we discussed how science education can yield the innovative workforce that many of you identify is essential. beyond the benefit for the industry but in art and design can help keep students engaged and he talked about trying students in and i want to tell you i visited an elementary school in my district that took s.t.e.m. and added arts and design. biscuits are engaged, acting things have, st
florida. >> i am pleased to yield two minutes to my friend, the distinguished gentleman from texas, mrs. jackson lee. >> the gentleman is recognized for two minutes. -- gentlelady is recognized for two minutes. i thank my good friend on the rules committee who is the manager of this particular rule. in essence, bringing the still to the floor of the house -- your the discourse about this, because many times, this discourse and debate becomes confusing, because we are trying to compare apples and oranges. let me first on up to the fact that a congressional pay freeze is already in effect -- in place. our salaries have been frozen. when it expires, we will rise to the location and freeze it again. we are elected by the people, and those decisions can be made on behalf of the people. we're not talking about congressional salaries today. they are in place. they exist. what we're talking about is the ice officer and it -- i need with in the rayburn building, who works every day to protect his country -. federal employes a party given up enough to help the deficit, custom and border protectio
. >> yes. >>> so good for all of us. thank you very much. >> thank you. yes. mr. dicosta. >>> i wanted to talk a little bit about espinola jackson and the water system improvement project and the bond measure. may i take the liberty to first wish one of your commissioners on friday, it's your birthday and that's because you are my facebook. [laughter] >>> and i want to wish -- i want to express my deep condolances to karen cubic on the passing of her father. karen is -- karen, myself share something very deep and i appreciate her very hard work. now, having said that, on espinola jackson, you know that she is one of the last leaders left that can do what she does, you know. she does it openly and she's very forthright, and i appreciate very much on behalf of the whole community the bayview hunters point for what you all did for her today. and god will bless you for that. on the water system improvement project, we have accomplished a lot. and my only hope is that understanding what we did with the water system improvement project, that we bring forward the finer projects and apply them
leaders to come on i haven't got jesse jackson or al sharpton or farrakhan . i said mr. enflume. white racism or absent much black fathers who which is a bigger threat. >> he said the absent of blacks. >> what is this the republicans do to better communicate that the policiless that the republicans would impower africa-american more than the policies than they current lie have. >> when a republican advises me on how to talk to the black people. talk to them like they are adults and stay what i just said. not how you knew somebody who marched with martin luther king and i am feeling your pain . they do it with the bist of intention but talk the way i . it is nopt working. guy and great smile and great family and the fact he got elected in the fact that america is it color blind. it is it not working. >> vua message that is resonating. i hope you will continue to use that wonderful voice you have. larry elder. thank you for being here. >> thank you. >> larry elder. chuck hagel gets grilled in the senate confirmation hearingings and homeland security wants to -- what we'll find out when w
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